Sacred Activism: Live Video Conversation with David Korten

Tune in June 18 to discuss religion, science, spirit and sacred activism with YES! co-founder David Korten, the Pachamama Institute and participants worldwide.

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05:00 PM 06:00 PM Jun 18, 2013


Live Video Conference

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Over the next few months, the Pachamama Alliance is collaborating with some of the world’s most engaging thought leaders to create interactive conversations. In June, they will be hosting a live video conference call with you and global activist, economist and YES! co-founder David Korten.

This conversation will be modeled after a book club in order to prepare for a deeper engagement with the issues at hand. Materials will be sent out in advance providing the opportunity to ground in the content. This will allow us so use our time together to go into a more in-depth conversation.

To register for this free conference call, visit:

Once you register, the Pachamama Alliance will provide you with a copy of David Korten’s most recent paper, Religion, Science, and Spirit: A Sacred Story For Our Time. Shortly after, they will email you instructions for how to call in.


When: Tuesday, June 18th from 5 – 6 PM Pacific (8 – 9 PM Eastern Time)

If you can’t participate on June 18, a recording will be available online at a later date.

YES! Magazine is a media partner of this event.

David Korten

About the Pachamama Alliance

The Pachamama Alliance empowers indigenous people of the Amazon rainforest to preserve their lands and culture and, using insights gained from that work, educate and inspire individuals everywhere to bring forth a thriving, just and sustainable world.

They believe that the solutions to the challenges we’re facing as a human family already exist. What we’re missing is the popular will to implement those solutions now.

To generate the critical mass of conscious commitment that can create a positive future, they plan to deliver transformative experiences that:

  • Weave together indigenous and modern world views.
  • Connect human beings with their inherent dignity.
  • Reveal the magnificence and opportunity of this moment in human history.
  • Transform human relationships – with ourselves, with one another, and with the natural world.

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